Planning (Scotland) Bill

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Scottish Labour is to put forward plans to introduce new rights for communities over planning decisions, in a bid to “level the playing field” between developers and the public. Under the proposals, communities will be given the right to appeal planning decisions in certain circumstances, includ

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Sarah Boyack The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA), Addleshaw Goddard LLP and Ryden have given their responses to a report by MSPs which contains a list of recommendations aimed at strengthening the Scottish Government’s draft Planning (Scotland) Bill.

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A committee of MSPs has called for communities to be given a stronger voice in planning what their neighbourhoods look like as part of a number of recommendations aimed at addressing “frustrations” with the current system. Among its suggestions to strengthen the Planning (Scotland) Bill, the Sco

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Holyrood's local government and communities committee will continue to examine the Planning (Scotland) Bill tomorrow as it hears evidence from organisations from the country’s builders and planners. Tammy Swift-Adams, director of planning, Homes for Scotland, Jenny Hogan, deputy chief executive, S

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Bob Doris MSP The Local Government and Communities Committee wants to know what you think of the Planning (Scotland) Bill.

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A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision about how land is developed and used has been introduced by cabinet secretary for communities, social security and equalities, Angela Constance MSP. The eagerly awaited Planning (Scotland) Bill follows a wide-ranging consultation earlier

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